By  on February 16, 2011

The denim market is going to require a healthy, sustained dose of fashion innovation if it’s to reverse the stagnation that stalled the business in 2010.

That is among the conclusions drawn from data released Tuesday by The NPD Group Inc., the Port Washington, N.Y.-based research firm. While overall sales of jeans for adults last year rose 0.4 percent to $13.82 billion from $13.77 billion in 2009, men’s jeans sales suffered their first decline in six years, falling 3.1 percent to $5.18 billion.

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